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Britain on the Frazzle. Last in the current series. Tonight's quartet of investigations examines the impact of stress.
With a report on how lazing around can make you healthier. Series producer Colin Savage: Editor Dave Stanford (S) (W) 41 Postponed from Monday 20 August
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Phil has a difficult decision to make about his future.
Episode written by Lilie Ferrari For cast see Tuesday and Thursday
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The eighth episode of the ten-part police drama series.
For Better or for Worse. When Jim confronts a man wielding a shotgun, he finds himself spilling every painful moment of his marital problems in an effort to empathise with him.
Written by Joe Ainsworth
Producer Ken Horn : Director Robert Del Maestro (S) (W)
Supt Susan Blake:
PC Steve Traynor:
Inspector Jim Oulton:
Sgt Bill Gentle:
PC Larry Barton:
WPC Connie Harper:
WPC Miriam Da Silva:
Tonight, on the programme that reconstructs dramatic rescues, an abseiling trip goes wrong leaving a frightened girl to escape from a maze of caves. With Michael Buerk.
Series producers Sara Feilden ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst (S) (W)
The first of a two-part thriller. A new recruit to the State Bureau of Investigation in the small town of Deer Park, Washington, is drawn into a cat-and-mouse hunt for the abductor of a young boy. Concludes tomorrow at 11.05pm.
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